Episode from the podcastThe Daily

Voices of the Pandemic

Released Monday, 13th April 2020
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Most of America is entering its second month of lockdown in an ongoing effort to contain the coronavirus. Still, our reporters are — as safely as they can be — spread across the country, doing their best to document this unique, and at times scary, moment in our lives. Today, we listen in as they ask people in Pittsburgh, Kansas City, New York and Seattle about their new realities. Guests: Campbell Robertson, John Eligon, Alan Feuer and Mike Baker, reporters for The New York Times.
For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily
Background reading: 
  • Once-crowded American cities now feel abandoned, as if everyone suddenly moved out. There is no rush hour on the nation’s highways. “Closed” signs hang from the front doors of business after business. This was 24 hours in our new country.
It was so sad to hear how people are suffering during this time. But I think it good to hear and listen to what other people are going through, gets the focus off you.
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26m 19s
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